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mark-up

1. a percentage or amount added to the cost of a commodity to provide the seller with a profit and to cover overheads, costs, etc.
2. 
a. an increase in the price of a commodity
b. the amount of this increase
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When the Apple Watch became available on JadoPado in April this year, through third parties selling on the e-retail platform, mark-ups on the wrist-wear hit mark-ups of up to 258%, although prices subsequently normalised.
A bottle of water has a mark-up of 718% with Jet2 and a can of Pepsi has a 848% mark-up with Ryanair.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has fined Citi International, a unit of Citigroup Inc (NYSE: C), for excessive mark-ups and markdowns on corporate and agency bond transactions.
Such foreign assistance charges must be tracked separately because, depending on the results of the taxpayer's comparability studies, the taxpayer may be required to mark-up the costs when they are charged out of the United States.
But mark-ups appear to be on the high to very high side.
All mark-ups made to models in Cadfaster|Collaborate[TM] can now be easily archived and retrieved with a simple web browser
Documents show the package costs the company pounds 1,185 - or a mark-up of 203%.
NASDAQ: ATSG) today reported that its wholly-owned subsidiary ABX Air had signed amendments to its principal commercial agreements with DHL Express to set fixed-dollar mark-up payments for the fourth quarter of 2008 and first quarter of 2009.
During virtual online meetings attendees can brainstorm, chat, apply sticky notes, explore, and cooperatively mark-up 2D drawings, 3D models, Office documents, ECAD PCB/IC layouts, and others without need of the original authoring application.
Both contracts generally provide compensation to ABX on a cost-plus basis, with a base mark-up of 1.